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of chapter 2 of the book which is called titled "turn on," and it's in mexico in the summer of 1960. timothy leery brought the bull of mushrooms up to the nose and sniffed. the smell reminded him of musty new england basements or a downed tree rotting in a damp forest. it was now or never. he placed one of the black things in the mouth and followed up fast with a cold chaser of mexican beer. they tasted worst than they smelled, bitter, stringing, and he stuffed the rest in the mouth, washed it down with a few gulps of alcohol. it was supposed to be just a regular summer veigh dation cation, time to relax before starting the new academic year. he and his son, jack, now 10 years old, scouted out the city and found a villa for represent, a rambling white house with scarlett trim next to a golf course. a name comes from the aztec word of placed near trees, known as the city of eternal spring, its year round climate made it a popular get away spot for hollywood hairs, crime bosses, and the german born psychologist who studied social customs in a mexican village down the road from the leery villa.
last saw her husband david. they had gone jetskiing on a lake that borders mexico when david was shot and killed. >> i was going back two years ago and feeling the same emotions and wondering is this going to be -- is this going to be it? am i finally going to get what i've been looking for? >> reporter: tiffany says she was surprised by the news of the arrest of martinez, the so-called squirrel. she hopes the arrest leads to finding david's body. >> that's been our call ever since day one, you know, that david would be found and that his remains would be returned so we could, you know, honor him the way that he wanted to be, but as a family be able to find that closure. >> reporter: on monday the mexican navy announced that they had arrested the drug leaders known as the squirrel. he was captured in mexico this weekend after a shootout with authorities and is suspected of multiple murders in northern mexico. >> all we know is the mexico authorities have captured somebody, and they have him detained and who possibly had something to do with david's murder and also the other murders al
over my shoulder, that is the other side of the border. that is mexico. this area has earned the nickname cocaine alley. it's considered to be one of the most popular places for illegal entries all along the border. today for the agents at this station, this is a place of mourning. it is remote, dangerous, and deadly. and it was here, early this morning on this dusty stretch of land where arizona meets mexico that three border patrol agents were fired on. one made it out safely. another was shot twice and expected to recover. the third agent, 30-year-old nicholas ivy, was shot dead. >> we suspect this is probably some type of narcotics trafficking event that these agents encountered. but at this time, that would be speculative. >> reporter: it was just before 2:00 in the morning when something triggered one of the many motion sensors on the border. this is how this advanced technology works. sensors buried below ground automatically alert the nearest border patrol office. there's one right over there. when they detect a certain weight, whether it's a smuggler, an illegal cros
states is within striking distance of its missiles. >> 23 miles above roswell, new mexico, felix hopes to become the first man to break the speed of sound in a free fall. >> at the end of the day, if something goes wrong, i have to feel for it. >> amateur bullfighters, their bravery was conceded only by their alcohol consumption. >> in belgium, a professional soccer player crashed his car into a store. one man got hurt. >> this is not a game of tag. this man is actually trying to get away from a very angry stag at a london park. >> and the series is tied at a game apiece. game over. cardinals even the series. >> the last movie you cried at. "expendables 2"? >> sexiest woman alive. >> here's hoping for you next year. >> over 23 million unemployed. when they saw the 7.8, every economist was shocked. or "cbs this morning." >> cooking the books? 7.8% unemployment? captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." new polls a showing a bounce for mitt romney. a pew poll shows mitt romney ahead of president obama ahead of likely voters. the same poll showed the president leadings b
.9 miles an hour during his jump over the new mexico desert. that amounts to mach 1.24, which is faster than the speed of sound. baumgartner said the stunt changed his perspective. >> when you stand up there on top of the world, you become so humbled. it's not about breaking records anymore. it's not about getting scientific data. it's all about coming home alive. >> his poor mother. because of his pressurized space suit, baumgartner didn't even feel the rushing air or hear the loud noise he made when he did, in fact, break the sound barrier. >> incredible footage there. lucky guy. man, applause in the background. well earned, guy. >>> mission accomplished for space shuttle "endeavour," reaching its final resting spot in the city of angels. after zooming through space 25 times, "endeavour" inched its way from l.a.x. to california science center at just a paltry rate of 2 miles an hour. hundreds of trees, in fact, had to be cut down. traffic signals moved to make way for the massive wing span. "endeavour" arrived to a cheering crowd more than a half day behind schedule. but, again, it is
been traced to this factory, sunland inc., in new mexico. >> all the illnesses investigated are related to the peanut butter products from the one plant. >> reporter: sunland sells raw and roasted peanuts and makes peanut butter for brand at trader joe's, whole foods, wal-mart, target, kroger and costco, barbara purchased her peanut butter before the was pulled from store shelves. she is still awaiting salmonella test results and is certain peanut butter got her sick and worries more are at risk. >> i have been feeding this peanut but tire my dogs, i mean, seriously this is a big deal. i mean my friend has six grand kids. she didn't know anything about it. >> reporter: you can find the list of recalled product on the fda website. meantime, sunland inc. closed down facilities during this investigation. rob, paula. >> thank you, brandi. get this, almost 2/3 of those who became ill were kids under age of 10 years old. having that impact on the very young. >> you think about who consumes the most amount of peanut butter it is children. and i also consume a lot of peanut butter as well. this
peanut corporation in new mexico they make peanut butter, sunland, trader joe's, harry and david and sprouts and the archer brand sold at target. >> all the illnesses investigated are related to peanut butter products from the plant. >> reporter: the company says to look on the side of the jar if the "best if used by" date is between may 1st and september 24, 2013. throw it away. what if your family has gone through half of the jar, what are the signs? >> high fever, stomach cramps, dysentery which can show up in one to three days. we spoke to families of children who got sick, they tell us stories of 103 degree fevers that may have last ford days. they were shocked to realize it may have started with their peanut butter. steve-o sun na o to our website, abc news,.com, to get more information on particular brand. i ha steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> go to our website, abc news,.com, to get more information on particular brand. i have trader joe's in my cabinet. it's not the valencia peanut butter. still hesitant to eat it. it's not that particular style of peanut butter. >>
exceptions are those accused of premeditated murder. >>> and new to mexico where a group of armed men just stole the body of a slain drug gang leader. the mexican military confirmed a little earlier today that they killed lazcano. his body had been moved to a funeral home in northern mexico and that's when the armed men moved in and took the body according to the state attorney general. >>> the nobel prize in fizzic this is year goes to american and french scientists. david wineland and they were honored for their work in light and matter. they'll share the $1.2 million prize and that money has been decreased would i 20% because of the economic downturn. >>> and now to northwest pakistan where a 14-year-old girl who won a peace prize for her actity vichl has been shot by the pakistani taliban. they say they targeted this young girl specifically because they has been outspoken about allowing girls to be educated. her father says she's in stable condition, though she has a bullet lodged in her neck. but the taliban warns if she survives this time, she won't next time. reza is on the phone. f
in roswell, new mexico. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. you're right. we all watched him leave from here. and everyone was holding their breath. you know i'm not much of a numbers guy. but i have to throw this out. 833 miles per hour. that's how fast he was going. some 100 miles an hour faster than he thought he would. more than enough to break the sound barrier and the record. it took that capsule with the daredevil known as fearless felix aboard 2 1/2 hours to reach the edge of space. dangling from a 55-story balloon, the 43-year-old peacefully soared above the new mexico desert, four-times higher than most passenger jets fly. on the way up, he hears a single voice. 84-year-old joe kittinger. >> okay, here we go. >> reporter: the only other man who knows what it's like to free fall from more than 100,000 feet. >> okay, felix, it gets serious. >> reporter: kittinger tells him it's time to open the capsule door. >> there it is. there's the world out there. >> reporter: suddenly, his legs are hanging out. >> release seat belt. >> reporter: felix is slow to resp
mexico. >> right now i'm really confident in my team, confident in my management, and last but not least, i'm confident in myself. >> reporter: baumgartner will plunge further and fall faster than anybody in history. describe the red bull jump. what is it? >> within the first 30 seconds, 'm going to accelerate so fast that i'm going to break the speed of sound. >> reporter: break the speed of sound the first time ever for a person. >> yes, without aircraft, in free fall as a human person. >> reporter: baumgartner will rise in a capsule lifted by a helium balloon that's 55 stories tall at liftoff. three times bigger than any balloon ever used in the man flight. the assent will take two and a half hours. he'll jump from 120,000 feet or higher, a virtual vacuum. there's almost no air, water, or wind. the temperature will be minus 70 degrees. within 35 second, his top speed is expected to approach 700 miles per hour. mach 1. >> mach 1.0. >> shock waves are a concern. >> reporter: dr. jonathan clark, the mission's medical director, has monitored his practice jumps. the most recent in july was
mexico based sunland incorporated makes peanut butter for several retailers. they are now including cashew butter, tahini, and blanched and roasted peanut products. the recall continues after 30 salmonella cases. the products can be found at trader joe's, giant, whole foods, and target. sunland are extending it as a precautionary measure because many of their products are made on the same equipment. >>> american airlines is already dealing with cancelled flights and unhappy pilots. now the faa is investigating the carrier after dangerous seat trouble midflight. eight planes are grounded after an entire row of seats came unbolted during flights saturday and yesterday. flights had to be diverted to jfk. passengers say this issue, on top of plummeting on time arrival numbers and rising cancellations, is unacceptable. >> if they don't fly, i don't have a status on another airline. so it's a big issue for me. >> shakes my confidence as a passenger that i'm going to be able to get to my destination on time. >> american blames some of the issues on a feud with union pilots who they say are
to free fall from 23 miles over new mexico but gusty winds forced him to abort the mission yesterday and now tomorrow's weather forecast has forced his team to postpone the jump again. >> god is warning him don't do it. i'm trying to tell you. >> take the message. >> this isn't going to work out well. >> that's right. there's some showers out in new mexico, arizona and nevada is probably why they've canceled it, no showers here, my friend. >> that's what we like to hear. >> very nice. cooler weather rolling in tomorrow and friday, but a fine finish to the week. it's our live weather cam brought to you by michael and son, looking at generally clear skies, a couple clouds floating by later on this evening with the cold front, but it's nice out. 70, dew point mid-40s, winds southwest at 9. the front is still west of the immediate downtown area, but we're looking at pressure beginning to rise at 29.88 inches of mercury. temperatures, a bit below average but not bad, 66 gaithersburg, bethesda and vienna, 67 down toward burke and looking at 70 in college park and 66 in bowie. temps a bit
to the hospital along the u.s./mexico border overnight in arizona. we have the latest on this breaking story for our viewers in the west. >>> swimming with tigers. you heard that right. tigers. watch as these performers get up close and personal with these massive predators. how it's creating a scary splash. >> oh! >> and buckle up! he's tried to eat his own wrist cast, run for president, and tackled at the emmys. now, he's about to get wild and crazy in times square. stephen colbert is getting ready right now to make over "gma." >> i'm going to make "good morning america" the best morning america. ♪ >>> and stephen colbert joining team robin. we are all braced for that, as you know, robin is recovering from a bone marrow transplant. lara is off. welcome back to elizabeth vargas. these are pictures right now from hong kong. horrific ferry collision there. 37 dead right now. the crew of the ferry has been arrested. we're going to have the details in that coming up. >> what an amazing disaster. >>> we also have an astonishing car accident caught on tape. one of the world's most expensive sup
states and mexico. the case brought plenty of attention to the drug violence along the border, and now mexican marines say they nabbed a cartel leader known as the squirrel. he's accused of a long list of murders fission to this one. -- in addition to this one. trace gallagher has an update in our west coast newsroom. >> reporter: the big headline is the mexican military captured the man they believe is responsible for killing david hartley, but on the south side of the border the headline is this guy is one of the biggest mass murderers in history, believed responsible for executing 300 people, known as you said as the squirrel. said to be the main assassin for the very deadly zeta cartel. mexican authorities say he is the killer of both david hartley as well as the police commander who was investigating hartley's death. remember, his head was delivered in a box. you'll recall david and tiffany hartley were riding wave runners on the mexican side of the border, kind of exploring some ruins. tiffany says her husband was shot in the head. she tried to get his body on her wave runner but
of the jump in roswell, new mexico. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah. at one point 8 million people watched the sky dive live on youtube. that shattered the online site's record. they saw what the red bull stratus team saw here. one man's high drama in high altitude. felix baumgartner stood alone with his thoughts 24 miles above new mexico. >> you've become so humble you cannot think about breaking records anymore. the only thing that you want is you want to come back alive. >> reporter: no one had ever fallen to earth quite like this. >> there's the release. >> reporter: his climb to earth stratosphere has taken 2 1/2 hours. baumgartner inside a pressurized suit and capsule was hoisted heavenward by a 55-story helium balloon. >> fox trot 6. >> reporter: the 43-year-old austrian skydiver almost had to call it off on the way up. his visor has fogged over after a heater in his helmet quit. >> this is serious, joe. i do not think i have face heating. >> reporter: joe was joe kittinger in mission control. in 1960 kittinger left from 102,000 feet. a record that stood for 5
of the jurenovich in roswell, new mexico. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. at one point 8 million people were watching the skydive live on youtube shattering the site's record and they saw what the red bull team saw. one man's high drama at high altitudes. felix baumgartner stood day lone with his thoughts 24 miles above new mexico. >> you become so humble you can't think about breaking records any more. the only thing you want is you want to come back alive. >> reporter: no one had ever fallen to earth quite like this. >> there's the release. his climb to earth stratsosphere has taken 2 1/2 hours. felix baumgartner was hoisted heaven word by a 50-foot story helium balloon. the 43-year-old austrian sky diver almost had to call it off on the way up. his visor had fogged over after a heater in his helmet quit. >> this is serious. i don't think i have face heating. >> reporter: joe was joe kittinger at mission control. in 1960 kittinger leapted from 102,000 feet. >> we'll take care of you. >> reporter: felix baumgartner fog adviser or not was jumping from 128,000 feet. but almost instantly
that was killed near the mexico border was likely the victim of friendly-fire. investigators found that 30-year-old nicholas ivie's death and the death of another agent, were probably an accidental shooting by an agent. >>> and american airlines says, all of its boeing 757s will be back in service today. american took all 48 of the jets out of service to fix a problem causing seats to come loose. some of the seats in mid-flight. the airline was forced to cancel dozens of flights to change a bolt that holds down the seats in that aircraft. >>> and conflicting reports out of china this morning about a possible strike at a factory that makes the new iphone. the manufacturer foxconn is denying that workers have walked out. saying production has not been interrupted. this follows a report by a labor watch group claiming as many as 4,000 workers are striking because of increased quality control demands. >>> and a massive car pileup on a florida highway has left dozens of people injured. there were 12 crashes involving 47 vehicles. 54 people were injured, 2 critically. the accident shut down a stretch
hampshire went from tossup to lean obama. new mexico went from lean obama to obama. one change in status benefiting romney. went from lean obama to tossup. romney gained in colorado, ohio, virginia, and wisconsin, all battleground states. but no change in the status in those. missouri and nevada became stronger for obama. no change in status for those. >> bret: of that, joe. what do you see as important? >> all the states move to romney even though they haven't changed status matter. but ohio is the real interesting thing, because when you look at it, both karl and i threw out a marist poll that happened some time ago with eight-point lead for obama. we threw that out. moving as a tossup today. that would be very significant. when you look at a trend line of ohio, though, throughout the whole campaign, romney has never actually crossed in the lead there in the average of real clear politics average of the trend line. is that moving? because right now the line if you look at them are starting to go closer together again like after the convention. that is significant. >> bret: when you tal
. >> on earnings and revenues sending citi shares higher. u.s. mortgage business and lending mexico helped boost results. >> microsoft's back in the music business unveiling a service that could compete with the likes of pandora and itunes. we have an exclusive with the head of their interactive entertainment straight ahead. softbank to buy 70% of sprint for $20 billion marking the largest ever foreign acquisition by a japanese company bringing together the third biggest mobile carriers of japan and the united states. it was said, i'm a man and every man wants to be number one, not number two or number three. masayoshi son. >> audacious two. one assumes he is rational as well. usually only rational people have that access to -- >> godzilla-like approach and looked like mothra. >> you know, it is a large deal. no way around that and, of course, somewhat complex try to break it down for you if you're a sprint shareholder you'll have the opportunity to ee will exto get either 730 in cash and/or own 30% of newco, new sprint and it will probably end up splitting 55/45. for 55% of your holdings so 730
mexico based sunland incorporated makes peanut butter for several retailers. they include cashew butter, t i tahini, and blanched and roasted peanut products. this includes products in 19 states, including maryland and virginia. the products can be found at trader joe's, giant, whole foods, and target. sunland says they are expanding the recall as a precautionary measure because many of their products are made on the same equipment. >>> 5:24 now. maybe that cup of coffee is not giving you the kind of boost you need in the morning anymore. maybe you should trade in your latte for some hiking boots. there's a new study that suggests hiking and spending time outdoors could be just what the doctor ordered. scientists at the university of utah say the part of our brain that controls creativity also controls our ability to multitask, retain information, and solve problems. outdoor enthusiasts agree that a break from the high tech world helps keep them going every day. >> i know, after i'm outside for three or four days, i come back to work, and my mind is clear. i'm refreshed and ready to fo
in chicago. former new mexico governor gary johnson. he's the presidential nominee for the libertarian party. jill stein, who once ran for governor of massachusetts against mitt romney is the nominee for the green party. virgil good, a former u.s. congressman of virginia is the presidential nominee and rocky anderson, former mayor of salt lake city utah is the nominee for the justice party. one of the big issues is ballot access. people can only vote for these candidates if their names are on the ballot and that varies from state to state for each of these parties. a new national survey shows they're what you're concerned about, too. the two top concerns men teens are jobs and the economy. many students are worried they'll have trouble finding a job after finishing school. 64% say education is up there. 32% mentioned health care. the survey showed the teens were almost evenly split about who they vote for. but 67% said the candidates were more interested in winning than what most americans thought. what would your concern be today? tell us on our blog. >> time for a shout out extra credit. w
but he managed to regain control, deploy his pair parachute and land on his feet in the new mexico desert. the super sonic dare devil had this to say after the jump. >> let me tell you. when i was standing there on top of the world, you become so humble. you cannot think about breaking records any more. you do not think about gaining g scientific data. the only thing you want is you want to come back alive. >> i don't know about thinking about humility. i would think about fear. that would be my first reaction. that is an unbelievable -- 24 miles in a free fall. would you do that? >> you know, i watched that thing live, and it was so nerve wracking. it was one of the coolest things i've ever seen. when he jumped off and he goes down, it's like can you imagine that? would i do that? i love heights. i adore heights. i would definitely do it. if i debit have a son and a wife, i would do it. he's single. i would definitely do it. it's pretty cool. pretty cool. great tv, by the way. >> dana, how about you? >> shark week, no. okay. i didn't care before, and then i started seeing everybody talki
and landed safely on his feet. in a new mexico desert. >> when i was standing there, on top of the world, you become so humble, you want to come back alive. because you do not want to die in front of your parents, your girlfriend. >> a worldwide audience watched the sky dive live on the internet. >> that was hard to believe. i'm sorry, it's still sinking in, that he was able to stand up and do that instantly. >> amazing. you would think it would have taken his breath away. >> it did everybody watching. >>> the word on the weather. cloudy start to the week, chuck. are we going to clear out tonight? >> yes and no. we'll clear out tonight, but that may not be until after midnight. right into the heart of montgomery county, there's interstate 270 right there. raining from rockville to gaithersburg, northbound in the upper parts of montgomery. these rain drops are moving out towards olney. be on the lookout for slowed travel along 270. and here's interstate 66 out through the plains and marshall, northern fauquier county. these showers also going eastbound. so northern fauquier county, leesburg, w
on the terrorists in colombia, some americans are saying we need to do that in mexico, which is a country now threatened by drug cartels violence. what do you think about? could the colombian model work for mexico. the president of mexico has done very well. i am confident that the new president will commit himself. we call that determination. the new president recently. >> the book is "no lost causes," president alvaro uribe, thank you very much. it was an honor to have you on the show this morning. ahead this morning, a personal and revealing look back at reagan's west coast white house by president reagan's daughter. >>> and next, molly ringwald joins the table. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. ♪ [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ [ engine revs ] very sore looking kinda blistery. it was like a red rash... like somebody had set a bag of hot charcoal on my neck. i was a firefighter for 24 years. but, i have never encountered such a burning sensation until i had
trip in new mexico. >> well, then he got a phone call completely out of the blue. alana greenfogle of albuquerque was there for the emotional reunion. >> reporter: to understand why this moment is so special -- >> i never thought i would see you again, pup. >> reporter: you have to know what this dog has been through. >> he's a miracle. >> reporter: his name is romeo, for two reasons, he's apparently a lady's man and -- >> he was born in rome. >> reporter: since he was a few weeks old, romeo went everywhere with his owner, mike stocks. >> we have been attached at the hip, 15 1/2 years. >> reporter: but in august, they were on a camping trip in santa fe. >> it started raining. so i unzipped the end of the tent to pull the rain flap over and i guess i didn't zip it up quick enough and he snuck out. he's kind of sneaky. >> reporter: for days mike tried to find romeo, before the coyotes or mountain lions did. >> we thought there is no way he could survive. >> reporter: devastated, he was forced to head home. leaving behind a memorial in his best buddy's memory. >> two months ago i had
bedroom. keeps it clean i guess. neighboring new mexico, a beautiful house in santa fe. >> santa fe has old-fashioned homes and doesn't get more old-fashioned than this. this is like a tiny little package with a big surprise on the inside. it's across from santa fe downtown, and it's a blast from the past. inside, look at that, would you suspect that looking on the outside? >> no way. >> the main living areas have the steel spiral case, two of them in the house, and that one leads to the loft, totally empty except for the skinny mini table. i don't get what's going on there. the bath is a hoot, modern, the sculptures tub. looks like somebody just plopped, laid an egg in there, you know what i mean, chubby kid or dad, plop them right in there. it looks out to the open desert out back and the sky ceilings and sky lights and cement floors radiantly heated. >> 275,000. great for that price. barbara corcoran, thank you so much. >>> coming up, taylor swift to jessica and justin's wedding, the hottest news from the world of entertainment, right after this. [ ding dong ] hey -- little m&m's! wo
. >>> a 105-year-old woman in new mexico may be the oldest person on facebook. maria just celebrated her 105th birthday with friends, including 85 of her facebook friends. she's been on facebook for about three months. her family believes she is the oldest member based on recent articles of facebook celebrating the oldest member, who is 101. her grandson says the company may not recognize maria as the oldest member because she was not able to put in her real birth date when setting up her account october 23rd, 1907. >> facebook has a problem, they would only go back to the 101st birthday. every time i tried to put that she was 104, it kept coming up with an invalid date. >> so far facebook has yet to confirm if she is, in fact, the olest facebook user. >> so she was really happy to have all her family around her to celebrate her birthday. but also, apparently, i think she got an ipad so now she can use her ipad so she can facebook. maybe she'll get on twitter. >> face time and all kinds of stuff. all right. >> good to see. >>> there are new developments this morning in the deadly meningitis ou
and hurl like an extreme human cannonball, no thank you, and head straight toward the new mexico desert. >> reporter: the plan, years in the making is simply astounding. felix baumgartner will try to make a supersonic stratospheric jump leaping from 23 miles high and breaking the sound barrier at speeds of more than 700 miles an hour. baumgartner, a former austrian paratrou paratroupeer, says he's ready for the extreme challenge. >> we practiced this for so many years. and now we are almost there. so this is my biggest dream. and we are one step closer and almost there. i feel good at the moment. >> reporter: along with baumgartner's nerves of steel, the mission requires cutting-edge equipment. he'll strap on a helmet, special suit, and lift off from roswell in a 3,000-pound cable and bag, balloon with 30 million cubic feet of helium, the skin thinner than a ziploc baggy. stretching 55 stories high, it is so huge it would cover 40 acres if laid flat. the ride up to reach 120,000 feet will take close to three hours, and then with the sky black and the curve of earth in sight, the moment
, however, which would be done by executive order and not legislation, i would reinstate the mexico city policy. which is that foreign aid dollars from the united states would not be used to carry out abortion in other countries. >> after the former governor's comments were posted online, a romney campaign spokesperson tried to walk back the comments say, quote, governor romney would, of course, support legislation aimed at provide great protection for life. >> that's not quite what he said in the he had to heditorial mee. this is a subtle shift on abortion. this is a shift to the center on abortion. >> you can't be subtle about that, i don't think. >> like we saw a shifting tone towards bipartisanship. mitt romney is moving towards the mitt romney that you were governed by in massachusetts. >> moderate mitt. >> a moderate republican. >> moderate mitt. clearly, we spoke yesterday about the politico story of ann romney and his family gathered around him and telling him, you know, come on, be more yourself than you have been for the last year and a half. >> here we go. >> this is part of i
wages now and they haven't done that. and so i have just negotiated with the president of mexico; the north american free trade agreement; and the prime minister of canada, i might add, and i'm -- i want to have more of these free trade agreements. because export jobs are increasing far faster than any jobs that may have moved overseas; that's a scare tactic because it's not that many. but anyone that's here, we want to have more jobs here and the way to do that is to increase our exports. some believe in protection. i don't. i believe in free and fair trade and that's the thing that saved us, and so i will keep on as president trying to get a successful conclusion to the gatt round, the big uruguay round of trade which will really open up markets for our -- for our agriculture particularly -- i want to continue work after we get this nafta agreement ratified this coming year; i want to get one with eastern europe. i want to get one with chile and free and fair trade is the answer, now protection. and as i say we've had tough economic times and it's exports that have saved us. ex
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